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And the government has been buying ammunition at an alarming rate....be very concerned!

They're doing that so YOU can't! bigeyedsmiley.png
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American citizens are going to end up hating america as much as some middle eastern countries if the US government starts doing crap like this.

Oh we already do.

The Southerners and Republicans want to secede from the "Union" again. I say let them, in addition also pay back everything they owe financially to New England and California.

Watch them economically fail, politically kill each other off, and religiously persecute each other.

Ha, I agree, let them separate and see what happens.

My bet is after a few decades the rest of the country decides to take the land back by force since "it's not fair" for so much prosperity to belong to so few people.

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...This path leads us to United Federation of Planets.

Or a society of lost people with no hope or purpose. No great civilization was ever built on letting everyone do whatever they felt like.
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If this goes through, I'm afraid the only legal way you guys can fight back is stop buying those taxed video games.
    
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